As autumn approached I began adding a few pumpkins and more texture in my home. Now in mid October, I am embracing the season. Below my front door has my cute little ghost wreath.
Just inside the front door is a wooden hook I use to display seasonal decor. In September, I added this mixed blue scarf with a copper metal sunflower hanger (above) to set the mood of the room. My challenge each fall is to add the look of the season within my range of coastal colors in the room.
Beside the sunflower hanger, I have my House Blessing. I bought this several decades ago and always have it somewhere near the front door.
For a soft autumn look, I have two new pillow covers with pink and gold pumpkins. The pillows look wonderful on the white futon with my coastal colored painting.
To the left of the futon, I have moved my small white side table. It displays my updated planter with more sunflowers. (This planter of live green houseplants is updated each season with artificial flowers appropriate for the time of year.)
I moved the original painting, Sunset on Florida Keys, to this corner to complete the vignette. This beautiful painting was a gift from my artist friend. I like to move my art around for a new look as the seasons change. I find shopping my own house is a great way to decorate.
To the right of the futon is my grandmother’s side table with my autumn vignette of peachy flowers, a tapestry pumpkin, pine cones, and a deer. They’re displayed on a vintage quilted pillow sham.
Entering the dining area to the right is my framed “Autumn is A Second Spring” printable.
The dining table has a pumpkin, flowers, and cupcakes with printable pumpkin toppers.
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